Senior lecturer at the university of Sorbonne nouvelleParis 3, Térésa Faucon teaches cinema esthetics and theory and, in the framework of the Master Pro en Didactique de l’image (which she was in charge of from 2007 to 2014), she developed a reflection onthe forms of film analysis and communication techniques conceived through film making : the handing on of knowledge and production of tools.
She has published works on the cinema in general (Cent ans de cinéma français, Paris, ADPF, 1996) and editing in particular (Penser et expérimenter le montage, Paris, PSN, 2009 ; Théorie du montage. Énergie, forces et fluides, Paris, Armand Colin, 2013) ; also on painting with Damien Sausset (Turner, Paris, Flammarion, 2004). Several of her articles have been published in the magazines Cinémathèque, Cinéma, 1895, Vertigo, ArtPress and some chapters in collective works on the relationship between cinema and the arts (particularly music and dance), contemporary art, more exactly video installations.
Her latest research looks at the history of film forms in Indian cinema.